Stinger Aspirations

CHS Bulletin Board Feature

We want to know how you plan to make your future magical!

The Stinger Aspiration bulletin board was created to give students the opportunity to share their goals/aspirations with everyone who attends/visits the high school.



If you set goals and go after them with all the determination you can muster, your gifts will take you places that will amaze you.

-Les Brown


Select students who choose to share their goals/aspirations on the board could have the opportunity to win a Kindle Fire HD!


Check out the details below.


Update your WNI Plan of Study

Log into your WNI portfolio and update your Plan of Study. Your plan of study must be tied to a specific career and every year of high school must be complete. See Mrs. Sabens if you need assistance logging in or completing your plan of study.


Complete your grade specific Guideways & Milestones in your WNI Portfolio

Complete the Guideways & Milestones for your current grade in your WNI portfolio. See Mrs. Sabens if you need assistance.


The Milestones selected for you to complete focus on goal setting, identifying barriers to your success and sources of support. Click here for details about some of the Milestones.

Register for the Kindle Fire HD Giveaway (optional)

Let us know you want to be in the running for the Kindle Fire HD by completing the Kindle Fire HD Giveaway form.


All CHS students must complete their grade specific Guideways each year, including their 4-year plan (Plan of Study) every year.


The Kindle Fire HD giveaway will take place during National School Counseling Week (February 3-7, 2014). In order to be considered for the Giveaway you must have completed your Advisory Homeroom SMART Goal Activity. Only students who are passing all of their classes will be considered for the Kindle Fire HD Giveaway. The winner will be drawn on February 18, 2014 and announced during homeroom; the student must be present to win-no exceptions.


Freshman who would like to enter the contest must complete Steps 1-3 and email or bring a photo to the Student Services Office depicting the student holding their completed "New Year-New Me" mobile, and the mobile must be hanging in the hallway during National School Counseling Week.

Chester High School Student Services Office

The mission of the Chester High School Student Services Office, in collaboration with other stakeholders, is to ensure a safe and supportive environment that supports all students by providing a comprehensive and developmental school counseling program that addresses each student’s unique academic, career and social-emotional needs, and helps them develop meaningful, responsible and productive lives that empower them to experience lifelong success in a changing society.


School Counselor: Mrs. Sabens (ext. 202)

Student Services Assistant: Linda Marcinkowska (ext. 201)


Click here to learn more about the School Counseling Program & upcoming events.